This film is a touching portrayal of the essence of home and the feeling of loss that occurs when home becomes a memory. Director Matthew Faust conveys his themes through a bittersweet, evocative archive of his family house in Chalmette, Louisiana that was flooded by Hurricane Katrina.
Length: 6 minutes
Premiere: New York
Director: Matt Faust
Producer: Matt Faust
Matthew Faust is a Louisiana native who was diagnosed with an extremely rare cancer and moved with his wife to Houston, Texas, for six months to receive treatment. He then moved back to Baton Rouge to reenter grad school at LSU one week before Hurricane Katrina. He taught himself the skills that allowed him to make home.